5 Top Proseccos to try this year

5 Top Proseccos to try this year

‘To-do’ lists help us to organize our activities in a better way and not to miss anything. They may include long term goals such as to master Chinese language, to earn your first million and to go to live in Goa, as well as endless routine tasks. As often happens, we try to set our goals at the beginning of each year and start the incoming period with new guides. With them in mind we want to bring new experiences into our lives, shift to a new level and climb new mountains in personal and professional life. ‘To try Prosecco’ sounds not so global and ambitious. Indeed, this task has nothing to do with long-term goals. However, the little things in life make all the difference – and this little goal might add a touch of class to your everyday.

A glass of Italian sparkling wine called Prosecco does not warrant big changes, but, for sure, it may make your day, bring pleasure and inspire to great deeds. Watching the bubbles coming up from the bottom and bursting on the surface is like meditation, they hypnotize you and make you relax. New to prosecco? Frizzante Prosecco is lightly sparkling, and the name Spumante Prosecco says that you should expect full effervescing.

What is important to know is that Prosecco is best within first year after bottling. That’s why this fizzy wine should not be kept for a special occasion for a long time. It is produced in such a way to save freshness of wine. So, unlike a bottle of champagne, don’t put your prosecco away for a special occasion – drink it to celebrate the little occasions!

The reason why it’s made for drinking today, not tomorrow, is the way it is produced, named after Eugène Charmat and has other names such as the Italian method, or the Tank method. The stainless tanks are the place where juice is fermented for the second time. This method made it possible for Italian winemakers to offer affordable sparkling wine to the customers all over the world. French way of vinification is pretty different, because the second fermentation occurs in every individual bottle. This process requires more labor and time. And of course, the price (from 40USD) of Champagne bottle is considerably higher than Prosecco (from 10 USD). So, opt for prosecco and you’ll pay less and get bubbly wine with delicate flavors and scents.

This year we suggest you to taste the following five Proseccos:

  • Marks and Spencer Prosecco is dry with citrus flavors and lime scent.
  • Valdobbiadene Prosecco Spumante DOCG has creamy flavor with the notes of autumn fruits. Mix this type of Prosecco with peach puree and enjoy Bellini cocktail.
  • Zardetto Prosecco Brut is delicate and rich sparkler with peachy and spicy flavours.
  • Sommariva Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG NV is refreshing with stone fruit notes.
  • Sorelle Bronca Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Dry NVhas the scents of acacia and pear.

Celebrate the everyday and  try one of these five top Proseccos – they’ll put some sparkle in your life for less than you would think!

Bonus Gifts to Include in Your Custom Wine Basket this Holiday Season

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.